#3
thats the one ive got, tis pretty great man, just go for it, only problem ive had is the bridge with the 2 pivot screws, it floats really high and you cant use the trem at all without mega tuning isues
#4
What kind of music do you play?
Budget?
'64 Fender Telecaster
'08 Epiphone Prophecy EM-2
'06 Epiphone Les Paul-100
'08 Squier Strat Mini
'03 Ibanez AEG10
'90 Yamaha FG730S
'31 Kay Archkraft
#6
Quote by noddy-whack
thats the one ive got, tis pretty great man, just go for it, only problem ive had is the bridge with the 2 pivot screws, it floats really high and you cant use the trem at all without mega tuning isues

He's looking at the classic series, it's got a 6 point bridge.

I really like them, they're great guitars for the price. There's a couple of things I don't like but really great guitars.
#7
Well, if you're amps already decent, and you want a 50s styled Strat, then I'd go for the Classic Players. Less colours, but, it comes with upgraded pickups (USA 57/62s), locking tuners, double point trem and all that jazz. It's only like 40 quid more expensive, so really modding the original guitar to the Classic Players standard would be a fair bit more expensive.

What's your amp duude? And your current guitar?
Cam Sampbell's my hero
#9
I'd definately endorse the two above posts and recommend to you the classic player strats. I was really bowled over by the 60s classic player strat I played in a shop recently.